I think I’m going to have to reset my clock, like the radiocarbon daters should. Post your thoughts.
- Eugene Mallove: evidence may link together three crimes.
- Heating up a cold theory.
- What lies beneath Pompeii.
- Vintage altar of heaven, and here also.
- Radiocarbon dating and questions.
- Physical symptoms appear to predict cancer prognosis.
- Earth-directed sunspot now 20 Earths in size.
- Mysteries of the deep at Lake Tahoe.
- Satellites confirm the existence of monster waves.
- Alarm over West Nile virus cases.
- New figures reveal hidden epidemic of self-harm.
- Pigeons may have followed roads since Roman times. I’d have thought they could have followed paths before that.
- First a crooked draft, then a cunning economic draft, and now an obscene mercenary force. Why can’t America devise a fair, equitable system to recruit its soldiers?
- Something weird is going on below us: Satellites in low-Earth orbit over Southern Africa are already showing signs of radiation damage.
- Is synthetic biology on the point of making life?
- Blobologists solve an ancient mystery.
- Questions that plague physics.
- Rare and fatal injury baffles science.
- The road to Saturn.
- On some fixed points in British ethnology.
- The revision of ancient history: a perspective.
- Exploding eggshells break like stars.
- To bleed or not to bleed.
Quote of the Day:
As scarce as truth is, the supply has always been in excess of the demand.